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‘Compiler’ Kickstarter Aims To Bind Single Issues For Easier Display And Sharing

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Even in a comic buying era increasingly defined by digital comics and "waiting" for trades and hardcovers, very few readers will ever completely be able shed single issues or standalone print releases. But that doesn't mean singles must be relegated to the shelfless and largely share-less purgatory of storage. Alex Rodriguez has devised a customizable binding platform called Compiler that allows comic owners to effectively collect the books of their choice (like, say, Jack Kirby's 2001: A Space Odyssey books or Archie's Mighty Mutanimals minis) into a sturdy tome that can be switched up on the fly. Like Iron Man's mid-1990s armor, Compiler is modular.

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New ‘Marvel Creativity Studio’ iPad Stylus And App Arrive

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There are a lot of great stylus and app pairing options for illustrating on the iPad, but only one can teach you how to draw Iron Man's head. Yesterday Marvel launched its free Marvel Creativity Studio app, along with an optional accompanying sold-separately stylus. Part coloring book, part sketchbook, part tutorial, part animation software, and part sticker book, the Creativity Studio is meant to give young Marvel fans the tools to create content not unlike that of Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

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Marvel Superheroes Light Up Your Life With Wall-Shattering LED Decor

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In an age where many adults use their phones as flashlights, not every Marvel Comics fan may need a nightlight to make their way from their bedroom to their bathroom/kitchen/dojo during the ungodly hours they find themselves shook from slumber by the sum of their deepest regrets and darkest secrets manifest in crippling night terrors, but hey - they can't hurt! 3D Light FX even has stylish wall art options modeled after Iron Man's head, Captain America's mighty shield, Thor's hammer Mjolnir, Hulk's fist and Spider-Man's dome. They even come with crackly decals to make it seem as if they're crashing into -- or erupting through -- your wall.

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Wacom’s Intuos Creative Stylus Substantially Livens Up Lines On The iPad [Review]

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There are a number of pressure sensitive capacitive stylus options available for the iPad, but their performance is almost always measured against that of far more powerful traditional drawing tablets. That's why when tablet titan Wacom announced that it was at last applying its Z-axis tech to a professional-grade stylus of its own last month -- and as part of its Intuos brand, no less -- iPad users perked up. Could this be the capacitive pen that finally delivers a more Cintiq-like experience on the tablet? Wacom provided ComicsAlliance with a review sample of its new Intuos Creative Stylus, which I took for a spin over the course of week and a half. Click through to read the full review.

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Marvel’s New JARVIS App Will Surely Not Turn Evil And Take Over Your Phone

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To coincide with the Blu-Ray/DVD release of Iron Man 3 September 24, Marvel has released a free app for iOS devices that looks, sounds and helps you out just like Tony Stark's digital butler, JARVIS.

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iSketchnote Kickstarter Aims To Make Digitizing Drawings And Notes Easy

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No matter how advanced drawing tablets get, the feel of real pens on real paper can't quite be replaced (yet). With this in mind ISKN Team has launched a Kickstarter for its upcoming iSketchnote, "a smart iPad cover" that digitizes what users draw on regular paper with mostly regular pens and saves their lines to their bluetooth connected iPad in real time.

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Wacom Introduces New Bamboo Pad Line

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With the Cintiq and Intuos lines recently refreshed, Wacom seems to be shooting for tablet trifecta territory by giving its entry-level Bamboo line an overhaul. While Bamboo devices used to serve as pretty basic versions of Wacom's other tablets, the new Bamboo Pad is a 4.21 x 2.63" multitouch trackpad packed with a stylus supporting 512 levels of pressure sensitivity.

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Wacom Announces New Intuos And Intuos Pro Tablet Models, Including ‘Intuos Manga’

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It looks like Wacom's not done unveiling new products following the recent Cintiq Companion and Intuos Creative Stylus rollouts. The company's entire Intuos line has just been given a refresh, with the former Bamboo line of entry level graphics tablets getting nixed and regular Intuos tablets getting bumped up to "Intuos Pro" status. Interestingly, amid the reshuffle is the "Intuos Manga," the first device Wacom's ever marketed directly to comic or manga illustrators in name.

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Wacom’s Pressure-Sensitive Intuos Creative Stylus Arrives For The iPad In October

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There's quite a few capacitive stylus options on the market for iPad (3, 4 and Mini) users, but Wacom will leverage the pressure-sensitivity of its Intuos brand starting this October with the release of the $99 Intuos Creative Stylus at Wacom's eStore and Best Buy stores. Wacom says it'll sport 2048 levels of pressure by way of Bluetooth 4.0 and the pen's tip, which like most capacitive stylus pens is covered by swappable silicon nibs. So far, the new stylus is confirmed to be optimized for use in Wacom's own free Bamboo app, along with the iOS versions of SketchBook Pro, ArtRage, ProCreate and Psykopaint.

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Wacom Announces Cintiq Companion And Companion Hybrid Standalone Mobile Tablets

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Following months of teasers in the form of comics strips, Wacom has officially announced its pair of standalone mobile tablets. Set to roll out in September and October, respectively, are the Android-powered Cintiq Companion Hybrid and Windows 8/Windows 8 Pro-powered Cintiq Companion. As expected, these units are essentially the Cintiq 13HD with the same HD 1920 x 1080 pixel screen and Pro Pen with 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and stand, plus newly added multi-touch functionality, WiFi, Bluetooth, headphone jack, microphone, audio speakers, and various multimedia ports.

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